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2017

Conference contributions

Simon Stisen, M. Cüneyd Demirel, Gorka Mendiguren, Julian Koch, and Luis Samaniego. Spatial pattern evaluation as a diagnostic approach to understand distributed hydrological model deficiencies at the catchment scale. / EGU2017-15846. Oral presentation at EGU 2017, Session HS2.3.1: Innovative sensing techniques and data analysis approaches to increase hydrological process understanding http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/EGU2017-15846-1.pdf

Fabio Oriani. Simulating the complex output of rainfall and hydrological processes using the information contained in large data sets: the Direct Sampling approach. (solicited). / EGU2017-2280. Invited speaker at EGU 2017, Session HS7.1/AS1.11/NH1.15/NP10.11: Precipitation: from measurement to modelling and application in catchment hydrology (co-organized) http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/EGU2017-2280.pdf

Eva Sebok, Jens Christian Refsgaard, Jord J. Warmink, Simon Stisen, and Karsten Hřgh Jensen. Quantifying catchment water balances and their uncertainties by expert elicitation. / EGU2017-5145. Oral presentation at EGU 2017, Session HS1.15: Recent advancement in estimating global, continental and regional scale water balance components http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/EGU2017-5145.pdf

Inge Wiekenkamp, Julian Koch, Johan Alexander Huisman, Heye Reemt Bogena, and Harry Vereecken. Spatiotemporal Changes in Hydrological Response after Partial Deforestation . / EGU2017-6930. Poster presentation at EGU 2017, Session HS1.13: Towards integrated process understanding using hydrological observatories http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/EGU2017-6930.pdf

Seminar contributions

Fabio Oriani contributed to "Four seasons in a day: Exploring the climate of Australia through multiple-point geostatistics", Educational seminars of the Geology Department, University of Milan, May 2, 2017. Program details.


2016

Conference contributions

Gorka Mendiguren González, Simon Stisen and Julian Koch. Retrieval of spatially distributed hydrological properties from satellite observations for spatial evaluation of a national water resources model. / AGU2016-121049. Oral presentation at AGU 2016, Session H41K: Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology: Spatial Patterns and Vertical Land-Surface and Aquifer-Storage Change I https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/121049

Julian Koch, Gorka Mendiguren González, Gregoire Mariethoz and Simon Stisen. Spatial sensitivity analysis of simulated land-surface patterns in a catchment model using a set of innovative spatial performance metrics. / AGU2016-118777. Oral presentation at AGU 2016, Session H41K: Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology: Spatial Patterns and Vertical Land-Surface and Aquifer-Storage Change I https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/118777

Mehrdis Danapour, Simon Stisen, Anker L Hřjberg, Julian Koch and Gorka Mendiguren González. Spatial pattern oriented evaluation of a highly parameterized inversion problem. / AGU2016-173343. Poster presentation at AGU 2016, Session H43K: Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology: Spatial Patterns and Vertical Land-Surface and Aquifer-Storage Change III https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/173343

Mehmet Cuneyd Demirel, Juliane Mai, Simon Stisen, Gorka Mendiguren González, Julian Koch and Luis E Samaniego. Integrating satellite actual evapotranspiration patterns into distributed model parametrization and evaluation for a mesoscale catchment. / AGU2016-129520. Poster presentation at AGU 2016, Session H33H: Hydrologic Data Assimilation II Posters https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/129520

Mehmet Cuneyd Demirel, Simon Stisen. Spatial calibration of distributed hydrologic models. / Invited talk at SCMWRE 2016,
http://www.scmwre.com/downloads/softcomputing/Brochure.pdf

Julian Koch and Simon Stisen. Citizen science: A new perspective to evaluate spatial patterns in hydrology. / AGU2016-155274. Poster presentation at AGU 2016, Session PA53A: Robust Science Results from Citizen Science Projects across the Disciplines II Posters https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/155274

Fabio Oriani and Simon Stisen. Improving a spatial rainfall product using multiple-point geostatistical simulations and its effect on a national hydrological model. / AGU2016-159029. Poster presentation at AGU 2016, Session H13J: Utilizing Precipitation Datasets and Quantifying Associated Uncertainties in Hydrometeorological and Climate Impact Applications III Posters https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/159029

Mehrdis Danapour, Simon Stisen, and Anker Lajer Hřjberg. Optimization of a catchment-scale coupled surface-subsurface hydrological model using pilot points. /EGU2016-8380. Poster presentation at EGU 2016, Session HS8.1.3: Model Uncertainties, Parameter Estimation, and Data Assimilation in Subsurface Hydrology

Gorka Mendiguren González and Simon Stisen. Spatial uncertainty in remote sensing generated hydrological variables. / EGU2016-12134. Poster presentation at EGU 2016, HS6.5: Assimilation of hydrological remote sensing data

Julian Koch, Thomas Cornelissen, Zhufeng Fang, Heye Bogena, Bernd Diekkrüger, Stefan Kollet, and Simon Stisen. Inter-comparison of three distributed hydrological models with respect to seasonal variability of soil moisture patterns at a small forested catchment. /EGU2016-4471 Oral presentation at EGU 2016, Session SSS7.9/HS8.3.8: Challenges in soil physics research

Julian Koch and Simon Stisen. Avenues for crowd science in Hydrology. /EGU2016-4506. Oral presentation at EGU 2016, Session HS1.2 ECS: Hydrology Pop-Ups: Sharing failures, lessons learned and new ideas (PICO Session)

Julian Koch, Amanda Siemann, Simon Stisen, and Justin Sheffield. Spatial validation of large scale land surface models against monthly land surface temperature patterns using innovative performance metrics. /EGU2016-4488. Poster presentation at EGU 2016, Session HS2.1.3: Spatial patterns evaluation and process-physics understanding in distributed hydrologic modeling.

Mehmet C. Demirel, Gorka M. González, Juliane Mai, and Simon Stisen. Calibration of a distributed hydrologic model using observed spatial patterns from MODIS data. / EGU2016-5878. Oral presentation at EGU 2016, Session HS2.1.3: Spatial patterns evaluation and process-physics understanding in distributed hydrologic modeling.


2015

Conference contributions

Mendiguren G, Stisen S, and Koch J. Retrieval of spatially distributed hydrological properties based on surface temperature rise measured from space for spatial model validation at regional scale. / EGU2015-11400. Oral presentation at EGU 2015 Vienna. Session HS2.1.4 Spatial patterns in hydrology: Towards comprehensive evaluation and calibration of distributed hydrological models.

Koch J and Stisen S. Connectivity as a spatial performance metric to validate simulated spatial patterns of continuous hydrological states and fluxes in distributed hydrological modelling / EGU2015-5290. Poster presentation at EGU 2015 Vienna. Session HS.2.1.4 Spatial patterns in hydrology: Towards comprehensive evaluation and calibration of distributed hydrological models.


2014

Conference contributions

Stisen S, Sonnenborg TO, Refsgaard JC, Koch J, Bircher S and Jensen KH. Multi-constraint calibration of a surface-subsurface-atmosphere model at the catchment scale / EGU2014-5577. Oral presentation at EGU 2014 Vienna. Session HS8.3.3 Patterns in Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Systems: Monitoring, Modelling, and Data Assimilation.

Koch J, Stisen S, and Jensen KH. Evaluating spatial patterns in hydrological modeling / EGU2014-5286. Poster presentation at EGU 2014 Vienna. Session HS8.3.3 Patterns in Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Systems: Monitoring, Modelling, and Data Assimilation.

Koch J, Stisen S, and Jensen KH. Assessing spatial patterns to characterize performance in hydrological modeling / EGU2014-5268. Poster presentation at EGU 2014 Vienna. Session NP1.2 Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive models and Data Inversion In Geosciences.

Koch J, Stisen S, and Jensen KH. Spatial patterns in hydrological modeling: Benchmarked by the human perception - Evaluating against real data - Diagnosing complex model defects. TERENO International Conference 2014. Bonn, October 2014.






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